2B,SS - LAA - IL60
Los Angeles Angels' 2B David Fletcher underwent surgery on both of his adductor muscles and will be out a few months, according to head trainer Mike Frostad.
The Angels don't anticipate the surgery to be season-ending, but Fletcher is droppable in all formats from a fantasy standpoint. In 38 at-bats this season, he batted .158 with a slugging percentage of .263.
David Fletcher went 1-for-2 with a single, a walk and a run scored in Friday's 3-0 win over the Nationals.
That's now back-to-back games with a hit and a run scored for Fletcher as he looks to turn around a horrid start to 2022. The infielder is hitting just .176 through 34 at-bats and has lost a lot of fantasy value in the first month of the year.
David Fletcher went 1-for-5 with an RBI single and a run scored in Thursday's 8-0 win over the Red Sox.
After being forced to miss a few weeks early in the year, Fletcher has not been producing much since returning. Until Thursday, the second baseman had not recorded a hit since Apr. 30 against the White Sox and is now hitting .156 through 32 at-bats this year. The 27-year-old is usually known for his ability to hit for average, so without that there isn't much fantasy value attached to Fletcher as of now.
Angels shortstop David Fletcher went 2-for-4 Friday, doubling twice in the Angels' 5-1 win over the White Sox.
Fletcher picked two hits in his first game since April 11. The shortstop is hitting just .176 with one run batted in through 17 at-bats so far this season.
Los Angeles Angels 2B/SS David Fletcher (hip) participated in a rehab game in Salt Lake City on Sunday and was to be medically cleared by the head athletic trainer after the game, it is still unclear if he will be called up.
Fletcher has now completed all necessary steps in his rehab process meaning that he would be medically cleared to resume playing with the Angels whenever needed. The only thing left in the way of Fletcher taking the field again is if the Angels front office will make the decision or not to call him up. For now he can remain on IL spots or on the waiver in most leagues.